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Stories about how we make cities for people. Tune in and join listeners from 140 countries. I am Mustafa Sherif (Urban Planner based in Sweden). In this podcast, we don't only talk about making cities, but also about city makers' life careers, journeys, leadership, and hobbies ... In collaboration with AFRY (Urban Planning and Design Section)
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There are thousands of talented people working behind the scenes in tourism, hospitality, events and destination marketing. Are you one of them? Join me, Kelly Ballard, as I chat with award-winning business owners and those making magic in attracting and delighting visitors in the West of England, UK. If you're wanting to connect with and learn from others in the visitor economy, this show is for you. For more information about me and the show, visit www.visitorelves.co.uk
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Serenbe Stories

Serenbe Media Network

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A podcast for those seeking stories about having an impact and building a better life. From the original Serenbe story of how Founder Steve Nygren and his family discovered and developed the land that is now the leading wellness community, to stories featuring many of the people that inspired, encouraged and influenced how Serenbe was created. Steve Nygren and host Monica Olsen talk about how we resist or ignore issues out of fear vs. discovering common sense solutions and discuss the biophi ...
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Placemakers

Slate Podcasts

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All communities face certain challenges. But some people see challenges as opportunities. On Placemakers, we bring you stories about the spaces we inhabit and the people who shape them. Join us as we criss-cross the country, introducing you to real people in real communities — people who make a difference in how we travel, work, and live. You’ll never look at your community the same way again.
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The Reinventing Transport show is for anyone, in any country, pushing for local changes to urban mobility, especially if you want your city to be more socially just, sustainable, safe, productive, full of great places and much better at helping us all to flourish. Intro and outro music: "So Far So Close" by Jahzzar via http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/So_Far_So_Close
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This podcast features stories of the Strong Towns movement in action. Hosted by Tiffany Owens Reed, it’s all about how regular people have stepped up to make their communities more economically resilient, and how others can implement these ideas in their own places. We’ll talk about taking concrete action steps, connecting with fellow advocates to build power, and surviving the bumps along the way—all in the pursuit of creating stronger towns.
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Saving Cities

Saving Cities

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Welcome to the Saving Cities Podcast. In each episode, a member of our team hosts a conversation with an expert in a place related field - this could be anything from Accessibility to Zoning, and everything in between. Please be sure to subscribe, and if you find this content worthy of your time, we'd be grateful if you'd take a moment to rate and review us.
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Welcome to the brand new ‘Super Weston’ podcast, shining a light on all the reasons why Weston is a ‘super’ place to live, work and visit. Tune in and listen to stories of business innovators, local people with unique stories to tell about life in Weston, and those who are raising the game through new projects and events. Plus insider tips on where to eat and drink. Be prepared to be surprised!
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A Quality of Place: The Grow Smart RI Podcast explores what smart growth can mean to the Rhode Island community by chatting with planners, advocates, community leaders, and experts in the field. Each episode will try to answer the question: what does smart growth really mean? This podcast is produced by Grow Smart RI, a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization.
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Transit Unplugged

Paul Comfort, SVP Modaxo

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We share the stories, challenges, and successes of the top transit professionals from around the world. Learn how top transit leaders got to where they are with stories and insights from their careers. Get the inside story about public transit and transit trends from the people who run it. Transit Unplugged is hosted and produced by Paul Comfort and brought to you by Modaxo Learn more at https://transitunplugged.com/
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A show dedicated to defining, demystifying, and making the work of Social Enterprises more accessible to the Nova Scotian business community. We learn alongside our listeners by interviewing local entrepreneurs who’ve decided to use business for good, and who value prosperity beyond profit. Nova Scotians who want to shape their businesses to benefit communities, culture, and the environment. Who knows? You may be closer to running a Social Enterprise than you think!
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The Grow Clinton Podcast is powered by Miles Communications. Learn more at https://milescommunicationsco.com/. A podcast highlighting the Grow Clinton organization and its efforts to develop and strengthen the Greater Clinton Region through business retention, attraction, and tourism. Grow Clinton is a 501(c)6 non-profit based in Clinton, Iowa. An area rich in manufacturing, the Greater Clinton Region is home to large employers that continue to invest in their growth, injecting wealth and ne ...
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Welcome to The Futures Series Podcast! This is a new series powered by Benoy - a global family of design specialists committed to delivering world-class solutions for the built environment. This podcast will serve as thought leadership on all things related to design, architecture, real estate, retail, hospitality and current topics of interest within the built environment realm. We hope you enjoy!
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Green By Nature

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Welcome to “Green By Nature”, the podcast from Greenbelt Group, the UK’s leading organisation for responsible land stewardship in new home developments. This is the place to be, if you want to enjoy a deeper understanding of what’s really happening in the business of housebuilding and land management – from the vital grassroots work to the decision-making boardrooms. Every episode we chat with industry experts and leading commentators to get to the heart of the news, views and important events.
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SUP GW?

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This student-run podcast explores diverse topics around sustainable urban planning. Students who are enrolled in George Washington University’s Master’s program in Sustainable Urban Planning host each season of this podcast. We interview thought leaders and working professionals, to get perspectives from the local to the global. We discuss sustainability, equity, social justice, policy, and design as they relate to the built environment. Tune in each semester for a new season for contemporar ...
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Urbanism meets food, travel, business, tech and the environment in a podcast that takes a fresh look at the future of our cities - and the people redefining it: from influential chefs, musicians and activists, to architects, urban planners, politicians, environmentalists and entrepreneurs. We travel the globe to ask the big questions. How can we fix our food system? How can tourism be a force for good? How can we breathe life back into abandoned buildings? How can we prevent natural disaster ...
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For today’s global leaders, it’s no longer enough to simply have outstanding performance, larger paychecks, and the corner office. These cutting-edge individuals are looking to connect a deeper sense of purpose to their work and feel more energized throughout their day. They are hungry for a new kind of leadership that fits their lifestyle and allows them to integrate their most important priorities with their work, instead of around it. They crave a life that is driven by their values, rath ...
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Alexa Gonzalez shifts urban design from placemaking to placekeeping, emphasizing community voices and long-term engagement to reshape public spaces in ways that truly reflect and benefit those who use them. LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE: Apple Podcasts Spotify This episode pairs well with…Joanne Cheung – Cities Book of Play Cities are sites of aspirations…
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Sara Joy Proppe is a native of Texas, but lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. She has a degree in urban planning, and has over a decade of professional experience and managing private real estate development projects, as well as leading community placemaking workshops throughout the Midwest. She's the founder and director of Proximity Project, a consulta…
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The bid process was new, but the boomerang project was the type of high risk and high reward Avery was trained to tackle. Caution was prudent, but sometimes boredom pushes us to extremes. LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE: Apple Podcasts Spotify More posts aboutAvery §J4dz8: The Hydrant Avery §d78a5: The Drop Box Avery §2F20A: The Transmission Avery 001: The …
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Senior Vice President Jay Byce with ResiBuilt Homes joins President of Denim Marketing and Show Host Carol Morgan on Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio to delve into the burgeoning build-to-rent industry. A proud Georgia native and graduate of the University of Georgia Terry College of Business, Byce has a wealth of experience in real estate planning …
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Justin Stuehrenberg GM of Madison Metro and his team used COVID as the impetus to finally put a long-planned system redesign into motion and completed it in June 2023. Since then they've seen a 15% increase in ridership. Justin and Paul talked about how his new network works, how geography figured into it, and the new bus rapid transit (BRT) lines …
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It’s safe to say that if you’re a regular Serenbe Stories listener, you’ve heard many guests mention Halsa’s now-legendary trivia Thursdays.Trivia at Halsa is highly competitive, with regular teams like Rushmore, Crushmore, Slushmore, and the Scrappy Scraps. If you haven’t already attended, you should definitely plan to check out the next one - if …
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In this special episode we have guest host, and past guest, Dr. Kaan Yildizgoz hosting a live CEO roundtable from the Modaxo booth at the UITP MENA Transport Congress and Exhibition. Kaan is joined by: Renée Amilcar: President of UITP & General Manager of OC Transpo, Canada Abdulla Al Marzouqi: Director General – Integrated Transport Centre (ITC), …
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Alex Butt (Co-CEO and Head of Public Realm at WeAreWaterloo),Harrie Notton (Acting Co-Chief Executive & Head of Marketing at WeAreWaterloo BID), and Natalie Raben (Chief Executive at WeAreWaterloo BID)We are talking about:- What are Business Improvement Districts (BIDs)? - WeAreWaterloo BID project, London. - How do you involve a community? Read mo…
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An experiment in practice and also in techne. I asked a friend for help with the technology of making a podcast and we arrived at the realisation that it wasn't the technology that was the primary barrier, it was the practice, the craft, the practical knowledge. It was less important to know how to use a particular piece of technology, the challeng…
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Chris Streets is the general manager at 94.7 FM/1390 KCLN in Clinton, Iowa. He has been on the radio for nearly 30 years and is a well-known radio personality. He also continues to volunteer in the community, serving as the chair of the Showboat Theatre, a Grow Clinton ambassador, and engaging students interested in careers in broadcasting. When as…
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Avery, a newcomer at the Highland Bureau, tackles the challenge of redesigning street-side collection boxes amidst a backdrop of technological advancements and bureaucratic hurdles. Navigating the complexities of off-chain operations and environmental sustainability, the boundaries of legality and technology blur, within the backdrop of isolating w…
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Land Acquisition Manager Nick Whitson with Eastwood Homes joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to discuss new construction opportunities across metro Atlanta and more! Whitson sits down with the Denim Marketing President and Show Host Carol Morgan. Before joining Eastwood Homes in October 2023 as land acquisition manager, Whitson was a…
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Usually on Transit Unplugged we bring you the voices and stories of transit leaders from around the world, but this week we have something a little different. Join Paul as he sits down with Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt to talk about transit, politics, and changing how people view public transit in his city. As David describes it, like many cities…
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Zoning has transformed everything from historic skylines to modern living, steering the growth of cities like New York and shaping the places we call home. Discover the hidden impact of zoning on your daily life: from the skyscrapers to the suburbs, learn how invisible lines shape our cities. LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE: Apple Podcasts Spotify Sponsored…
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Rob Ferrett from Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) interviews Kaitlin Moore to talk about why the solar eclipse on April 8, 2024 is such a highly anticipated event. The post What’s Special about this Solar Eclipse? A Conversation with Kaitlin Moore appeared first on Edge Effects.By The Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE)
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A few years ago, television producer, writer, and director Randy Zisk and his family moved from Malibu California to the East Coast. After a brief stint in Decatur, they discovered Serenbe and were instantly drawn in by the distinctive architecture and easy access to nature. However, as it so often happens, once they officially made the move, they …
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Nina Åman (Stadsarkitekt Nacka kommun)Vi pratar om: Vad innebär stadsarkitektens roll? Stil och arkitektonisk kvalitet vs. tråkig arkitektur Hur ser det ut från detaljplaneskedet och det som sedan kommer in som bygglov? Vad behöver vi göra för att höja kvaliteten på planering och gestaltning? _________ Keep Up the Good Work. Keep Loving Cities ❤️️ …
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Upon detecting an anomalous narrowband signal at 2296.481481 MHz the DSS tracking station supervisor initiated a comprehensive investigation. Collaborative analysis with White Sands Station and Guam confirmed the signal’s non-terrestrial origin. The transmission was decoded with a narrator describing a mysterious entity referred to as ‘The Box.’ Th…
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Executive Director Mandy Crater with HomeAid Atlanta joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to discuss this year’s Essentials Drive and how people can get more involved with the organization. Crater sits down with the President of Denim Marketing and Host Carol Morgan. Celebrating nine years with HomeAid Atlanta, Crater has an impressive…
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In this episode of the Grow Clinton Podcast, Andy and Jenny interview Andy Green, the executive director of the United Way of Clinton County, Iowa. Andy will share the United Way's mission and discuss the Connect Clinton County and school supply drive efforts. When asked what advice he could offer our listeners, Andy stated that you should always h…
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We kicked off 2024 with an episode with Rep. Earl Blumenauer--https://transit-unplugged.captivate.fm/portland-streetcar--who could be credited for the modern streetcar boom in America, and this week we see how streetcars actually drive billions in economic development in Kansas City. Streetcars aren't just moving people and connecting the city in K…
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From good fences, to good spaces, architect Peter Yi presents a reimagining of suburban space allowing people to customize their living and recreation space to meet their family’s needs. Single family zoning has been prevalent in 20th-century planning, shaping a large portion of the buildable land in the U.S. Peter Yi’s project, Courtyard Block, pr…
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Sheri Salata was living in Napa Valley with no plans to move when a Serenbe resident just so happened to send her a link to the website, thinking it would be the perfect place to lead a retreat. After reading about Serenbe’s commitment to nature, the arts, and community, it didn't take Sheri long to realize that she not only wanted to lead a retrea…
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Avery was about to finish the Bureau exam, when the image popped up. And a new evolution would occur. A new place. A new set of onboarding docs and starting over. LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE: Apple Podcasts Spotify Sponsored by: Expedition Works Hi. We’re a full–service design cooperative – let’s work together to make your journey with a purpose success…
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Armando Moritz-Chapelliquen is a passionate community organizer in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley. With extensive experience in providing reports and educational materials on community and economic development, he has collaborated with organizations such as the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development, the U.S. Economic Development Admini…
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Today's Marketing Insights is all about the 'groups' market. For many years, the domestic group travel or coach tour industry has been an important part of the UK’s tourism industry. Groups have historically been guaranteed business for many tourism organisations, with up to 50 people on a coach coming often during week day and shoulder periods. Ho…
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We explore the introduction of Link5G towers in NYC and the resulting public outcry. Learn about the technological advancements promised by 5G, the city’s rationale for these 35-foot structures, and the concerns over their impact on historic neighborhoods and the urban landscape. Engage with the complex interplay between progress and preservation i…
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Geoffrey Reid with Blue River Development joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to discuss the company’s operations, key team members and building relationships. Reid sits down with Denim Marketing President and Show Host Carol Morgan. Reid was born in Savannah and spent most of his formative years in Atlanta, growing up in a homebuildi…
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Frank White III is a strong advocate of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and has a track record of making it happen. He oversaw TOD for Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) before becoming CEO nearly two years ago, now faced with a fiscal cliff, Frank is pushing KCATA into the future of transit and TOD. KCATA was one of the first sys…
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In this episode of the Grow Clinton podcast, Andy & Jenny interview Lindsay Morhardt, owner and proprietor of the Rusty Barrel Lounge Bar. Lindsay will share information regarding upcoming events, including live music, guest bartending experiences, a new food menu, Tailgate N' Tallboys pre and after-party, and her anniversary celebration on March 2…
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Even though Edgar Guillory has worked for the Inn at Serenbe for less than two years, it’s almost impossible to imagine a time before him. As Director of Guest Experience, Edgar kickstarted The Inn’s concierge program, bringing an already high standard of service to an entirely new level of hospitality. In fact, he is so overwhelmingly popular with…
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Maja Manner (Business and Sustainability Director, Architecture & Design, AFRY) Vi pratar om: Vad är klimatneutrala städer? Klimatneutralt Europa 2050 Vad gör AFRY för att stödja städer som villbli klimatneutrala? AFRY:s Opinionsundersökning om klimatanpassning och klimatomställning i åtta svenska tillväxtstäder. Läs mer här! ___ Keep Up the Good W…
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